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Nexus 7 dock teardown

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Anton Gorbunov did a teardown of his Nexus 7 dock and discovered that there are only some passive components on the PCB. He notes that with some pogopins it should be easy to make your own Dock. Via the contact form.

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  • Max: Hey, good job quoting as an abstract something the author writes about someone else's project... For the record, I do appreciate the proper attention to...
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  • Kevin: A bit sad that you are using a knock off Saleae device unless you are not using Saleae software.
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  • KH: Someone with a PIC16F1459 project, well you don't see these every day. Methinks he repeats the USB 2.0 thing too much; this might mislead people...